The Board of the PA State Employees’ Retirement System Wednesday announced it has reduced the long-term investment rate of return and the inflation assumptions and continued restructuring the public markets portfolio by shifting $2.1 billion into passive investments.
A new poll released by Sen. Scott Wagner's campaign Monday found Wagner leading two other potential challengers for the Republican nomination for Governor-- Wagner 38 percent, House Speaker Mike Turzai 10 percent and Pittsburgh business man Paul Mango 8 percent.
Gov. Tom Wolf Monday announced new project approvals through the State Transportation Commission totaling more than $40 million in funding that will support an estimated 375 jobs in rail freight projects statewide.
The PA Commission for Community Colleges Saturday honored the 23rd Annual All-Pennsylvania Academic Team to recognize an exceptional group of community college students who have achieved excellence and demonstrated a commitment to their colleges and communities.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale Tuesday said his performance audit of the Department of Labor & Industry’s (L&I) Unemployment Compensation Service and Infrastructure Improvement Fund (SIIF) found major accounting and oversight problems that must be corrected immediately.
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